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Publishing Ethics Statement
  • Publication Ethics Statement

    The editorial board of Petroleum Geology & Experiment worked out this publication ethics guidance of Petroleum Geology & Experiment based on its actual situation and demands, while referring publication ethics made by COPE, so as to enhance the professional ethics for authors, reviewers and editors, improve the quality of publications, and prevent overlap of text or plagiarism.

    1. Publication Ethics for Authors

    1. The manuscript should not be submitted to more than one journal for simultaneous consideration; publications are not allowed to be published repeatedly.

    2. See to it that the manuscript must be the original work without academic dishonourable behaviour such as plagiarism, plagiary or data falsification, etc. The contents of the manuscript do not contain confidential information.

    3. The content of the manuscript is scientific and accurate; the author takes sole responsibility for his views.

    4. All named authors meet the journal’s requirements for authorship; do not add or remove authors at will.

    5. Objectively assess the research results of other people, and make proper quoting in the manuscript.

    6. Include fund information relevant to the study; do not include any fund information irrelevant to the study.

    7. Respect the advices of the reviewers; in case of any objection, appeal to the editorial board.

    2. Publication Ethics for Reviewers

    1. Review the manuscript within time limit and give specific comments; in case of failure to finish review on time for some reason, timely inform the editorial board.

    2. Make a fair, honest, and unbiased assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the manuscript, and refrain from making unfair negative, demeaning or offensive comments or including unjustified criticisms.

    3. Respect the author’s research results and keep the manuscripts confidential; do not use or reveal the author’s research results without permission.

    4. If you find any potential competing, or conflicting interests with the author or the organization, you should not agree to review the manuscript.

    3. Publication Ethics for Editors

    1. Timely register the manuscript, submit the manuscript to reviewers, edit the manuscript and publish the manuscript, and make sure every manuscript is fairly dealt with.

    2. In editing and publishing the manuscript, attention should be paid to publishing norms.

    3. Respect the author’s research results and keep the manuscripts confidential; do not use or reveal the author’s research results without permission.

    4. Respect the advices of the reviewers; in case of any objection, the author may submit an appeal.

    5. Encourage open and frank discussion and debate that underpin the pursuit of knowledge inherent in research and academic work.

    6. Adopt Double-blind Review; keep confidential the personal information of the author and the reviewer.

    7. If you find any potential competing, or conflicting interests with the author or the organization, you should not agree to involve in the edition of the manuscript.


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